In the middle of the last century, India and China were in the same place economically. Now China is three times richer. Its childhood malnutrition rate is far lower than India's. Yes, Indians are free, Thapar says — free to be poor.
India's China Envy : NPR
The great Indian retail revolution seems to be catching on. First it was corporate houses and now it's the enterprising Punjab farmer. Baljeet Singh Dosanjh, a farmer based in Doaba, has joined hands with other growers to launch Veggie Wonders, a retail chain of fresh food items. The maiden...
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